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Other than Stitchins work, is there another source for decoded Sumarian texts?

 
Anonymous Coward
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12/11/2012 04:59 PM
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Other than Stitchins work, is there another source for decoded Sumarian texts?
Titles asks it all folks.

I was just wondering if there is information available that isnt tied to Stitchin in some way. It seema like every search just leads to more of the same.
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12/11/2012 05:05 PM

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Re: Other than Stitchins work, is there another source for decoded Sumarian texts?
Titles asks it all folks.

I was just wondering if there is information available that isnt tied to Stitchin in some way. It seema like every search just leads to more of the same.
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You can look into the translation of the ENUMA ELISH by Leonard W. King, easily found on Google and tablets put in several audio files by scholars of Cambridge.

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